Blair, I choose today to be your husband.
I promise to be your supporter, protector, and friend as we walk through life together.
As your husband, I vow to fight to keep Christ at the center of our lives and relationship.
I vow to seek God first when making decisions for our family, trusting Him as He guides me.
I promise to honor you and serve you in my actions and words, reflecting Christ’s love for His church.
I promise to pray with you and to seek reconciliation quickly when disagreements arise.
If we are given the opportunity to be parents, I promise to raise our children with an eternal mindset and Christian values.
Today, I love you for your intelligence, compassion, and your one-of-a-kind sense of humor. I vow to walk alongside you as you grow and change, and I promise to love the person you’ll become.
I know I will make mistakes and wrong decisions in our life and I ask for forgiveness in advance for these things. I pray that our household would be one where grace abounds.
Blair, I take you to be my wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, until Jesus calls me home.
Riley, I choose today to be your wife.
I promise to be your confidant, cheerleader, and friend as we walk through life together.
As your wife, I vow to cultivate a home environment where Christ is central to our relationship.
I vow to speak kind and gentle words, both when I am proud of you and when I feel disappointed.
I promise to respect you, uplift you, and laugh with you.
Knowing that love is a choice, I choose to love you every day, even when I feel like giving up. God has given us this marriage as a gift and I promise to cherish it as such.
Should God bless us with the privilege and responsibility of raising children, I vow to be a consistent and comforting voice in their lives, forever pointing them toward Jesus.
Today I love you for your sense of humor, your generous heart, and your ability to make any situation an adventure. I love you now and I promise to love the person you’ll become as you change and grow in the coming years.
Though I will stumble and fall short many times in our marriage, I humbly ask for your forgiveness and understanding in advance.
Riley, I take you to be my husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, until Jesus calls me home.
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3 Sentence Love Story
Riley and I met while both working as camp counselors in the middle-of-nowhere, Texas. We were both dating other people, but became friends through an early morning Bible Study that I led for the counselors. Years later, Riley reached out to me to get coffee–and we both knew on our first date that this was it…we got married a year later!